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. Familiar life in field and forest; the animals, birds, frogs, and salamanders. Zoology. TWO FAMOUS SWIMMERS. 155 Leaving the badger, we next come to the sub- family LutrmcB, which is represented by the single North American species of this gemis, the otter. He is not very familiar through the well-settled parts of the eastern country, but is still to be found in the wild woods, on the borders of those charming lakes in the wildernesses of northern New York, New Hampshire, and Maine. The beaiitiful otter {Lutra canadensis)—which is a splendid swimmer and a great frequenter of moun- tain strea

. Familiar life in field and forest; the animals, birds, frogs, and salamanders. Zoology. TWO FAMOUS SWIMMERS. 155 Leaving the badger, we next come to the sub- family LutrmcB, which is represented by the single North American species of this gemis, the otter. He is not very familiar through the well-settled parts of the eastern country, but is still to be found in the wild woods, on the borders of those charming lakes in the wildernesses of northern New York, New Hampshire, and Maine. The beaiitiful otter {Lutra canadensis)—which is a splendid swimmer and a great frequenter of moun- tain strea Stock Photo
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. Familiar life in field and forest; the animals, birds, frogs, and salamanders. Zoology. TWO FAMOUS SWIMMERS. 155 Leaving the badger, we next come to the sub- family LutrmcB, which is represented by the single North American species of this gemis, the otter. He is not very familiar through the well-settled parts of the eastern country, but is still to be found in the wild woods, on the borders of those charming lakes in the wildernesses of northern New York, New Hampshire, and Maine. The beaiitiful otter {Lutra canadensis)—which is a splendid swimmer and a great frequenter of moun- tain streams and lakes in the dense spruce and hem. lock forests of the North— is yet reported from Lake Umbagog, Maine, and the lake regions farther north- '^ ^' east, the lakes in The otter. the Adirondack wilderness, the northern shore of Lake Superior, and Bayfield, Wisconsin. In the. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Mathews, F. Schuyler (Ferdinand Schuyler), 1854-1938; Underwood, William Lyman, 1864-1929, phot. New York, D. Appleton and Company